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Talks with India should include all bilateral issues: Pak

Even as India insists the foreign secretary-level talks with Islamabad should discuss only terrorism, Pakistan Foreign Minister Mehmud Shah Qureshi has said that they should include all other bilateral issues.

india Updated: Jun 19, 2009 23:37 IST

Even as India insists the foreign secretary-level talks with Islamabad should discuss only terrorism, Pakistan Foreign Minister Mehmud Shah Qureshi has said that they should include all other bilateral issues.

Qureshi said terrorism was just one of the issues and that both India and Pakistan should go beyond the Mumbai attacks.

"We sit across the table and discuss issues between us. Terrorism is just one issue. Let us go beyond Mumbai. What happened in Mumbai is tragic," Qureshi told CNN-IBN in an interview.

He said that in a recent meeting in Russia, on the sidelines of the BRIC summit and SCO convention, the foreign secretaries of both the countries had decided to update each other on the Mumbai attack case.

"We want to keep it positive. We want lasting peace and good, friendly relations with India," he said.

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